Grenada law does not currently recognize same-sex marriages. The law defines marriage as between a man and a woman, and therefore, persons who do not fall within this definition of a dependent under the relevant legislation cannot apply together. If the applicant is unmarried, he or she can apply as a single applicant.
How can investors in same-sex relationships gain passports and residents in Grenada via investment?
Are there any restrictions on applicants who are in same sex-relationships? Do I have to be legally married to my partner in order for them to gain citizenship in Grenada? What happens in the case if the applicant is unmarried?
Unfortunately and regrettably, Grenada’s legislation, like most of the countries in the Caribbean, does not recognize same-sex marriage, so there is no avenue to pursue that type of application even if the partners are unmarried.